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Poco Graphite Hires Applications Engineer
Feb 2008
Poco Graphite Inc. of Decatur, Texas, has hired Chatura Patuwathvithane as an applications engineer. Patuwathvithane received his undergraduate degree in physics from the University of Colombo, Sir Lanka, and has an MS in physics and materials engineering from Auburn University in Auburn, Ala. Poco Graphite makes graphite and silicon carbide materials for semiconductor, biomedical, optical, electronics, aerospace and industrial applications.

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